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Song Parodies -> "Bloody"

Original Song Title:

"Money"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Bloody"

Parody Written by:

Plumb Bob

The Lyrics

Bloody,
What a shave.
Was such a crude shave that you gave, and I so rave.

Bloody,
It's a gash.
Razor slashed from your hand, my face was trashed.
New scars, I've been marred, to stop blood stream,
Think I'll try heaps of good balm cream.

Bloody,
Skin cracked.
What a sight, wracked.
Seems your hand lacked a spry knack.

Bloody,
Lips were slit.
You ripped me with rude rookie-look dull flicks.
Eyes on the high-priced vanity curved glass, babble-ing fret,
And I think I bleed a weird sweat.

[Long Break]

Bloody,
Hit my pride.
Glarin' squarely,
You so raked a slice of my hide.

Bloody.
Go away.
Nicks and bruises will bleed till doomsday.
And if you ask for a prize,
Be so advised that you're getting none today.

Today, today, today . . .

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